Likes And Dislikes Quotes by Catiline, J. D. Salinger, Nathan Fillion, Charlotte Bronte, Mata Amritanandamayi, Nirmala Srivastava and many others.
Agreement in likes and dislikes – this, and this only, is what constitutes true friendship.
You don’t know how to talk to people you don’t like. Don’t love, really. You can’t live in the world with such strong likes and dislikes.
The truth is I’m a dork. I collected comics. I still love cartoons. I’d rather be at home on a Friday night than out at some clubвЂ¦ My sense of humor is that of a geek. My likes and dislikes are that of a geek. I’ve memorized every crappy sci-fi movie there is, but still haven’t seen Schindler’s List.
Wise people say it is folly to think anybody perfect; and as to likes and dislikes, we should be friendly to all, and worship none
Happiness is within everyone, but we are not able to experience it because of our ego’s likes and dislikes.
“I don’t like it” or “I like it”. This sentence must go away from your tongue. Likes and dislikes are only for people who have limited vision. You should learn to appreciate.
We may differ widely in environments, education, learning, knowledge, or lack of it, and in our personalities, our likes and dislikes. But if we set ourselves the task, we’ll find a meeting place somehow and somewhere.
We are addicted to our egotism, our likes and dislikes and prejudices, and depend upon them for our own sense of identity.
To have the same likes and dislikes, therein consists the firmest bond of friendship.
Collateral learning in the way of formation of enduring attitudes, of likes and dislikes, may be and often is much more important than the spelling lesson or lesson in geography or history that is learned.
People have their cultural reasons for eating meat, their traditional reasons, their likes and dislikes.
The only people with power today are the audience. And that is increasing with Twitter, Facebook, and everything else. We cater to their likes and dislikes, and you ignore that at your peril.
If we let go of our likes and dislikes, we will become fit vessels to receive the God’s ever flowing grace.
The future mathematician … should solve problems, choose the problems which are in his line, meditate upon their solution, and invent new problems. By this means, and by all other means, he should endeavor to make his first important discovery: he should discover his likes and dislikes, his taste, his own line.
To justify our likes and dislikes, we generally say that the work we dislike is not serious.
If you are still following your likes and dislikes, you have not even begun to practise Dhamma.
The child who desires education will be bettered by it; the child who dislikes it disgraced.